INTIX, a global provider of innovative solutions for the financial industry, today announced that it has chosen BankservAfrica as their partner to offer INTIX’ solutions to meet the growing interest in Sub-Saharan Africa.
BankservAfrica is headquartered in Selby, Johannesburg and provides SWIFT software and services to financial institutions and corporates in South Africa and other Sub-Saharan countries. With this partnership, BankservAfrica will implement the INTIX Message Warehouse solution on its SWIFT Service Bureau, and offer its value added functions to all of its connected customers. Furthermore, BankservAfrica becomes an official INTIX partner and reseller for the INTIX Message Suite solution in the African Sub-Saharan market.
The INTIX Message Warehouse solution will provide BankservAfrica and its customers with detailed audit and compliance reporting and incident management functionalities. In addition, this will include valuable insight in their messaging flows thanks to the integrated and flexible business intelligence dashboards.
The INTIX Message Suite offers financial institutions a centralised solution to access all of their stored messaging data and long-term archives, enabling high-performance search, reporting, monitoring and business intelligence functionalities. It enables searching and reporting across all financial message types. Users of the INTIX Message Suite will benefit from an increased operational efficiency and a significantly lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
"We are delighted to add the INTIX’ offering to assist financial institutions enhance efficiencies and reduce their costs and in turn addressing their needs," said Martin Grunewald, CEO of BankservAfrica Integrated Solutions. “Our ability, as BankservAfrica to resolve these issues for our market is extremely rewarding.”
“The partnership with BankservAfrica is an important milestone in the INTIX’ strategic expansion plans. BankservAfrica has an excellent track record of messaging expertise and customer support in the region," said Marc Braet, Managing Partner INTIX.